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<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]
<!--020130312053487-->Darondo - 'Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5' [(Clear) 12" Vinyl Single]

Darondo

Luv N Haight Edit Series Vol. 5

Clear Vinyl

12" Vinyl Single Record

$11.97
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The fifth volume in our Luv N'Haight Edit Series is a certified "BANGER" with re-works of Luv N'Haight's legendary Darondo by beat wunderkinds Tall Black Guy and Dandy Teru.

Producer Tall Black Guy is already well-known in the "beat scene", gaining notoriety for his remixes of James Brown, Al Green and the Jackson 5 being the most notable. With tons of followers and love from tastemakers such as Gilles Peterson, TBG was the perfect pick to edit Darondo. His take on "Sure Know How To Love Me" is reminiscent of his work on James Brown's "I Feel Good", taking the slightest of vocal and melodic samples from the original and crafting a backbeat and bassline that can be best described as "bangin". The result is a head-nodding, classic, soul-sample hip-hop tune.

Dandy Teru's remix of Darondo's "True" showcases a similar ability to TBG in the sense that they both take absolutely minimal parts from the original and use them as "texture" and craft the essential rhythm on their own. Teru's smooth style is "dirtied up" a bit as he uses drums taken from the original and adds Darondo's sparse vocal samples to create a hip-hop tune that's more "new beat" than classic but bangin' nonetheless. With his "Fragile Things 12" and a full album on it's way from Ubiquity Records, 2013 will be Dandy Teru's year so be on the lookout!
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